A. B. Davidson breaks the book of Job into five parts: prologue, the debate between Job and his friends, the speeches of Elihu, the speeches of the Lord, and the epilogue. Diving into topics such as the integrity and nature of the book, and the age and authorship of Job, Davidson unpacks the theology and the practical application of this well-known book of the Bible.
- Verse-by-verse exegesis
- Contains helpful notes, indexes, and appendixes
Praise for the Print Edition
There are no better books in exposition of the different parts of Scripture than those contained in the Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges. The series has long since established its claim to an honorable place in the front rank of first-rate commentaries; and the teacher or preacher who masters its volumes will be, like Apollos, mighty in the Scriptures.
—Church Sunday School Magazine
- Title: The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges: Job
- Author: A. B. Davidson
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 1907
- Pages: 102
About A. B. Davidson
A. B. Davidson was a preacher, theologian, and biblical scholar.